Hello Members and Non-Members,
I write this post following another productive and exciting Committee Meeting.
Included in our new resources this month is an interview with myself - which was undertaken last weekend - by the eminently capable and excellent interviewer Hanya Ghazi. The video is available in full in the member’s area, and parts are displayed in relevant parts of our website, including our home page. We hope that you find the interview snippets (as well as the full interview) informative and interesting and that it will inspire you to get involved with the activities of Everyone in Health.
Other resources have also been placed on the website - I am very proud of our Content Creators and their positive attitude towards, and contribution to, Everyone in Health even in this short space of time has been exceptional. They have been very well led by Elle Morris, our Online Curriculum Coordinator.
We have also just put on our website our inaugural event, which will take place online in March 2021, and focuses on an vitally important topic to our organisation: the impact that high quality leadership can have on patient safety and the quality of NHS care. This exciting event will be free for all to virtually attend, and will mark a significant milestone as the launch event of our organisation.
For those who cannot attend our first event, we will record the event in full and put it on our website for members to view at a later date, at their convenience.
For updates on our events, blog posts, resources and other activities, sign up to our mailing list today.
We are continuing to encourage people throughout the UK to sign up as members in order to gain access to our ever-growing feast of online resources.
We also have plans for a resource for students; allowing them to find management and leadership themed electives to participate in. This resource will be developed over time with guidance provided on our website for free, with members receiving exclusive access to available opportunities - watch this space!
We are also starting to work with charitable organisations - our aim is to work with not only the public, NHS staff and service users, but also to work with organisations from all sectors of the economy. It is therefore my pleasure to announce that we will start our work with the third sector through support of the ‘Smear not Fear’ Campaign, which has the laudable aim of encouraging women to go for their smears in order to detect early cellular changes in the cervix that can be removed before they become cancerous, thereby reducing the incidence of cervical cancers. Further information on our charity work and future aspirations will be available soon.
As you can see - we have been very busy!
I apologies for the plethora of links in this post; however, I hope that it helps you navigate the site and find useful resources and information more easily.
If you have any suggestions, questions or comments - or indeed suggestions for the layout of our website - you are very welcome to contact me.
Thanks for reading; I will update this blog as Committee Meetings happen and our organisation progresses
Everyone in Health: we all get better when you do!
Dr Adam Dalby
BSc (Hons), MB BCh BAO, PGCert (Health Economics)
Founder, Chair and Managing Director, Everyone in Health CIC
Emergency Medicine Clinical Fellow, Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
Leadership Trainee, Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust